John Legend, model Chrissy Teigen drop in at Snohomish High; family throws ‘first pitch’ at M’s game

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SNOHOMISH, Wash. -- Model Chrissy Teigen and her husband, Grammy Award-winning artist John Legend, visited Teigen's alma mater, Snohomish High School, on Tuesday before they and daughter Luna threw out the first pitch at the Mariners game.

Snohomish High School said the Teigen signed old yearbooks and visited with Chrissy's former cheer coach, former teachers, and students.They also dropped in on the school's choir where John accompanied the students on the piano.

The school said Teigen is a former Snohomish resident who attended Totem Falls Elementary, Valley View Middle School and Snohomish High School in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

And then the couple and Luna threw out the first pitch at Tuesday's Mariners game.

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